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Alright I lied I won't give blood but I will surely give you courtesy thumbs up if any of you kind gentlemen would like to hook it up with espn insider for these two articles it would be greatly appreciated.

http://insider.espn.go.com/blog/dave-telep/post?id=3211
http://insider.espn.go.com/blog/ncbrecruiting/national/post?id=5685


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Got the first one off a Wolfpack Board I am part of.....Sorry I dont have the 2nd one.

For PF Julius Randle (Dallas/Prestonwood), the visitation process is over. Five successful trips on the books and everyone knows what’s coming next.

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No. 3 recruit Julius Randle returned to action on Feb. 15 and is nearing a decision date.
“Win a state championship and announce with you guys on TV,” Randle said. “That’s pretty much it.”

Kansas, Texas, NC State, Oklahoma, Florida, and Kentucky are the finalists. The Sooners were the only finalists not to receive an official visit and Kansas was his final stop on his visit tour. Randle said the visits weren’t centered around learning more about the programs. The real benefits of the trips was to gauge his fit and comfort level with each team.

“I pretty much knew everything I needed to know (going in). I wanted to see where I had the best feeling and where I felt most comfortable at,” said Randle, who wouldn’t reveal which program he felt most comfortable with.

“As far as the programs, I have the questions answered. I need to sit down and pray about it and make the right decision.”

Randle has his list tidied up, though not for public consumption. “In my mind I do for sure,” Randle said. “I’ve probably got it down to three at the most. I think I’m just going to leave it there.”

Ranked No. 3 in the class, Randle’s back on the court following a layoff with a foot injury. He played his first game last Friday and said he’s good to go for the team’s playoff run. “I think I’m back and ready to contribute,” Randle said. “I played Friday in limited minutes but this week I don’t have any restrictions on my minutes.”

Some of the programs recruiting Randle have done so for the last three years. A significant time investment by each is about to come to a final close. A legitimate college basketball impact player is weeks away from announcing his pick.

“I think it’s coming to an end,” Randle said. “It’s a weird feeling that it’s coming to an end. After that last visit I was kind of done with it. It’s a good feeling that’s its coming to an end and I can just focus on basketball.”

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For PF Julius Randle (Dallas/Prestonwood), the visitation process is over. Five successful trips on the books and everyone knows what’s coming next.

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No. 3 recruit Julius Randle returned to action on Feb. 15 and is nearing a decision date.
“Win a state championship and announce with you guys on TV,” Randle said. “That’s pretty much it.”

Kansas, Texas, NC State, Oklahoma, Florida, and Kentucky are the finalists. The Sooners were the only finalists not to receive an official visit and Kansas was his final stop on his visit tour. Randle said the visits weren’t centered around learning more about the programs. The real benefits of the trips was to gauge his fit and comfort level with each team.

“I pretty much knew everything I needed to know (going in). I wanted to see where I had the best feeling and where I felt most comfortable at,” said Randle, who wouldn’t reveal which program he felt most comfortable with.

“As far as the programs, I have the questions answered. I need to sit down and pray about it and make the right decision.”

Randle has his list tidied up, though not for public consumption. “In my mind I do for sure,” Randle said. “I’ve probably got it down to three at the most. I think I’m just going to leave it there.”

Ranked No. 3 in the class, Randle’s back on the court following a layoff with a foot injury. He played his first game last Friday and said he’s good to go for the team’s playoff run. “I think I’m back and ready to contribute,” Randle said. “I played Friday in limited minutes but this week I don’t have any restrictions on my minutes.”

Some of the programs recruiting Randle have done so for the last three years. A significant time investment by each is about to come to a final close. A legitimate college basketball impact player is weeks away from announcing his pick.

“I think it’s coming to an end,” Randle said. “It’s a weird feeling that it’s coming to an end. After that last visit I was kind of done with it. It’s a good feeling that’s its coming to an end and I can just focus on basketball.”

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College Basketball Recruiting
Top performances from ranked prospects
February, 19, 2013
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By Brendan Nolan | ESPN.com
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Here is a look at the top performances from the past week (Feb. 12-Feb. 18) from some of the top players in the country, ranked in our ESPN 100, 60 and 25.

Class of 2013: ESPN 100

No. 1 Andrew Wiggins, SF
Playing in his home province of Ontario, Wiggins scored 25 points, pulled down nine rebounds and added four assists and two blocks in Huntington Prep’s win on Sunday.

No. 2 Jabari Parker, SF
Parker scored 14 points but missed a jumper with .9 seconds left as Simeon fell to Morgan Park 54-53 on Wednesday in the Chicago Public League semifinals.

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Julius Randle returned to action from a foot injury and put in 19 points and grabbed 10 boards in 15 minutes.
No. 3 Julius Randle, PF
Randle returned to Prestonwood Christian’s lineup Friday night after missing most of the year with a broken right foot. The undeclared senior finished with 19 points and 10 rebounds in 15 minutes against Bishop Lynch.

No. 4 Aaron Gordon, PF
Gordon scored eight points in Archbishop Mitty’s 72-29 rout of Valley Christian on Tuesday in a West Catholic League playoff tilt. He scored 17 and pulled down 13 boards on Friday in a 72-69 win over Riordan.

No. 7 Aaron Harrison, SG
Aaron scored 27 points on Tuesday in Travis’ 56-34 win over Fort Bend Elkins.

No. 8 Noah Vonleh, PF
The Indiana-bound senior had 11 points and nine rebounds in New Hampton’s 77-73 win over Tilton on Friday.

No. 15 Austin Nichols, PF
Nichols finished with 29 points and 16 boards on Tuesday night as Briarcrest cruised by Memphis University School, 64-47.

No. 21 Demetrius Jackson, PG
Jackson finished with 18 points and 12 rebounds in Marian’s 60-56 win over Penn on Friday night.

No. 22 Rysheed Jordan, PG
Jordan’s free throw with 0.1 seconds left gave Vaux a 62-61 win over Math, Civics and Sciences on Saturday. He finished the game with 29 points, eight rebounds, five assists and five steals.

No. 23 Anthony Barber, PG
Barber became the Peninsula District’s all-time leading scorer (1,981 points) on Tuesday after scoring 20 points in Hampton’s 62-40 win over Menchville. His 28 points on Friday helped Hampton knock of Phoebus 77-56 in a PD semifinal. He scored 16 points on Friday but it wasn’t enough as the Crabbers fell to Kecoughtan 52-50 in the PD tournament final.

No. 25 Jermaine Lawrence, PF
Lawrence’s 17 points led Pope John past Vernon 89-45 on Tuesday night. He had three points and eight rebounds on Thursday night in a 62-49 win over Blair. He scored five points on Saturday before injuring his wrist in a 43-36 win over Hunterdon Central. Lawrence is expected to miss the remainder of the season.

No. 26 JaJuan Johnson, SG
Johnson, who shot up to No. 26 in the new ESPN 100 rankings, scored 21 points in Southwind’s 92-74 decision over Germantown on Tuesday. He scored 10 on Friday as Southwind hammered Collierville 101-44 and went for 26 on Saturday in an 84-66 win over Houston.

No. 27 Tyler Roberson, PF
Roberson chipped in 19 points for Roselle Catholic on Thursday in a 63-60 win over Westfield. The senior managed just two shots and eight points as Roselle fell to Union 64-63 on Saturday in the Union County Tournament.

No. 29 Isaac Hamilton, SG
The McDonald’s All-American drilled eight 3-pointers and finished with 35 points in St. John Bosco’s 91-46 rout of Ridgecrest Burroughs on Friday in 3A second round game.

No. 30 Eric Mika, C
Mika’s 16 points and 12 rebounds helped Lone Peak take down Lehi 90-71 on Friday night.

No. 32 Matt Jones, SG
Jones went for 18 points in DeSoto’s 54-33 win over Mansfield on Tuesday. He scored nine on Saturday in a 58-48 win over Woodrow Wilson.

No. 36 Semi Ojeleye, SF
The Duke signee was held to 20 points – half of his season average of 41.5 – but finished with 11 rebounds and four blocks to help Ottawa hold off Baldwin 62-48 on Friday night. Ojeleye is just 18 points shy of the all-time state scoring record.

No. 38 Tyler Ennis, PG
Ennis had the highest scoring output of his career on Thursday, dropping a school-record 53 points on Eastern in 116-65 rout. He went for 21 on Saturday in the Grey Bees’ 65-37 rout of Hun in a Prep A tournament semifinal.

No. 41 Kennedy Meeks, C
Meeks had 15 points and 20 boards on Tuesday in a 61-55 win over Mallard Creek. Hours after being named a McDonald’s All-American on Thursday, Meeks went out and scored 14 points and grabbed 15 rebounds in West Charlotte’s 62-49 win over Vance.

No. 45 Nick Emery, PG
Emery’s game-high 25 points led Lone Peak past Lehi 90-71 on Friday night.

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Kansas commit Conner Frankamp is the all-time leading scorer in Wichita City League play.
No. 47 Conner Frankamp, PG
The Kansas-bound senior had 37 points on Friday night in North’s 52-40 win over Bishop Carroll. Frankamp’s point total gave him 2,233 for his career and vaulted him past his future Jayhawk teammate Perry Ellis for tops all-time in the Wichita City League.

No. 49 Deonte Burton, SF
Burton dropped 34 points on Milwaukee Career and Tech Ed on Tuesday in Vincent’s 94-62 romp. He managed just six points in a 55-43 loss to Milwaukee Hamilton on Friday.

No. 50 Zach LaVine, PG
LaVine dropped in 18 points on Friday but Bothell fell to Garfield 93-69.

No. 53 Jordan Mickey, PF
Mickey chipped in 11 points for Prime Prep on Friday in a 73-45 rout of Sunrise Christian Academy (Kan.).

No. 54 Johnathan Williams III, PF
Williams led Southwind with 24 points in a 92-74 win over Germantown on Tuesday night. He added 11 on Friday in a 101-44 rout of Collierville. His 29 led Southwind on Saturday to an 84-66 win over Houston.

No. 55 Duane Wilson, PG
Dominican cruised by Racine Lutheran 68-42 on Thursday behind Wilson’s 15 points.

No. 59 Kris Jenkins, PF
Jenkins scored six points and pulled down 10 rebounds as Gonzaga knocked off St. John’s 72-65 on Tuesday night. He exploded for 25 points and 11 boards on Thursday in an 82-71 win over Good Counsel. Jenkins had 12 points on Sunday in a 58-53 in a defeat of Bishop O’Connell.

No. 60 Ishmail Wainright, SF
Wainright finished with 14 points and eight rebounds for Montrose Christian in a 50-44 win over Cesar Chavez on Wednesday. He had 10 points on Thursday in a win over Bell, 12 points and 10 boards on Saturday in win over Friendship Collegiate and eight points on Sunday in win over Takoma Academy.

No. 63 Reggie Cameron, PF
Cameron scored 18 points and pulled down nine boards for Hudson Catholic in a 110-43 rout of Kearny on Thursday in a Hudson County Tournament first round matchup. His game-high 30 points to go along with eight rebounds led HC past Union City 75-35 on Saturday.

No. 65 Allerik Freeman, SG
Freeman led Findlay with 14 points on Friday in a 71-29 rout of God’s Academy (Texas) in Wichita Falls, Texas.

No. 68 Malcolm Hill, SG
Hill had 36 points on Friday night in Belleville East’s 67-62 win over Alton.

No. 69 BeeJay Anya, C
Anya scored nine points in DeMatha’s 63-45 loss to Bishop O’Connell on Tuesday night. His ten points on Friday helped the Stags rebound past Bishop McNamara 63-36. He had 15 on Sunday in a 60-52 loss to Paul VI.

No. 72 Karviar Shepherd, C
Shepherd scored 10 points as Prime Prep blew out Sunrise Christian Academy (Kan.) 73-45 on Friday.

No. 75 Mamadou Ndiaye, C
Ndiaye led Brethren Christian with 24 points in a 65-50 win over Pasadena Poly on Friday in a Division 5AA second round win.

No. 83 Kyle Washington, PF
Washington chipped in 14 points on Friday in Brewster’s 85-56 rout of Massanutten Military (Va.) at the New Hampton School Tournament. He added 11 on Saturday as the Bobcats captured the championship with an 83-42 rout of New Hampton.

No. 87 Kendal Yancy-Harris, PG
Yancy-Harris scored 10 points for Richardson Berkner on Tuesday in a 54-33 win over Skyline.

No. 90 Billy Garrett Jr., PG
Garrett’s layup with 10 seconds left gave Morgan Park a 54-53 win over Simeon on Wednesday night in a Chicago Public League semifinal. He finished with 11 points. His 12 points weren’t enough as Morgan Park fell to Whitney Young 60-56 in overtime on Friday in the finals.

No. 94 Rashawn Powell, PG
Powell put in 26 points on Thursday in Dr. Phillips’ 64-63 win over Apopka in a Class 8A regional quarterfinal.

No. 97 London Perrantes, PG
Perrantes finished with 18 points for Crespi in a 66-61 win over Maranatha on Friday.

No. 98 Stanford Robinson, SF
Robinson had 10 points and five rebounds on Friday in Findlay Prep’s 71-29 thrashing of God’s Academy (Texas).

Class of 2014: ESPN 60

No. 1 Jahlil Okafor, C
The newly minted top prospect in 2014 put in 26 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as Whitney Young rolled past Orr 66-51 on Wednesday in a Chicago Public League semifinal. Okafor led the way with 19 points, 15 boards and seven blocks on Friday in the Dolphins’ 60-56 overtime win against Morgan Park in the Public League finals.

No. 2 Tyus Jones, PG
Jones finished with 19 points in Apple Valley’s 88-35 win over Burnsville on Tuesday. He poured in 24 on Friday night in an 89-77 win over Jefferson.

No. 3 Emmanuel Mudiay, PG
Mudiay put in a game-high 21 points for Prime Prep in Friday’s 73-45 rout of Sunrise Christian Academy (Kan.).

No. 4 Trey Lyles, PF
Lyles pumped in 20 points as Arsenal Tech blew by Broad Ripple 60-34 on Friday night.

No. 5 Karl Towns Jr., C
Towns exploded for 35 points, 20 rebounds and eight blocks as St. Joseph knocked off Carteret 87-70 on Tuesday. He was back at it again on Thursday with 28 points, 19 boards and six blocks in a 68-39 win over Bishop Ahr. Towns dropped 34 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and blocked three shots on Sunday in an 85-43 rout of Spotswood.

No. 6 Chris McCullough, PF
McCullough scored 14 points for Brewster on Friday night to lead the Bobcats past Massanutten Military (Va.) 85-66 at the New Hampton School Tournament. His game-high 19 points on Saturday helped Brewster win the championship with an 83-42 rout of New Hampton.

No. 7 Kevon Looney, PF
Looney powered his way to 32 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks on Friday in Hamilton’s 55-43 win over Milwaukee Vincent.

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Rashad Vaughn landed an offer from UNC shortly after dropping 34 points with 10 boards Friday night.
No. 9 Rashad Vaughn, SG
Vaughn went for a double-double (34 points, 10 rebounds) in front of North Carolina head coach Roy Williams on Friday night. The Tar Heels head coach reportedly offered the junior on the spot.

No. 11 Leron Black, SF
Black went for 27 points and 17 rebounds in White Station’s 79-72 four-OT thriller over Melrose on Thursday in a District 16-AAA semifinal. His 22 points on Friday led White Station past Whitehaven 82-67.

No. 15 Stanley Johnson, SF
Johnson led Mater Dei with 18 points as the Monarchs cruised by Eastvale Roosevelt 83-48 on Friday in an early round playoff game.

No. 22 Dion Wiley, SF
Wiley finished with a double-double – 20 points and 10 rebounds – in Potomac’s 99-77 win over Friendly on Tuesday. He had 13 and eight on Wednesday in an 85-67 win over Surrattsville and 14 and three on Friday in a 73-66 win over Central.

No. 23 Jordan McLaughlin, PG
McLaughlin scored 13 points for Etiwanda in a 73-39 dismantling of Highland on Friday in a playoff matchup.

No. 25 Ahmed Hill, SG
Hill scored a game-high 32 points in Aquinas’ 73-65 win over Wilkinson County in the Region 7-A title game on Saturday.

No. 26 JaKeenan Gant, SF
Gant’s 23 points, six boards and six rebounds led Effingham County past Groves 68-44 on Wednesday night. He went for 16 points and 17 rebounds on Saturday in a 60-59 Region 3-AAAAA tournament championship win over Jenkins.

No. 28 Victor Law, SF
Law went for 10 points and 13 rebounds in St. Rita’s 79-57 rout of Brother Rice on Tuesday. His 13 and eight helped St. Rita get by Seton 66-58 on Friday night.

No. 30 Parker Jackson-Cartwright, PG
The junior scored 12 points in Loyola’s 86-45 rout of Montebello on Friday in a 1AA second round game.

No. 34 L.J. Peak, SF
Peak scored 14 points in Whitney Young’s 66-51 win over Orr on Wednesday in a CPS semifinal. The junior had 13 on Friday giving the Dolphins a 60-56 overtime win over Morgan Park in the finals.

No. 39 T.J. Haws, SG
Haws, a new addition to the ESPN 60, scored 19 points and added four rebounds, two assists and two steals for Lone Peak in a 90-71 win over Lehi on Friday.

No. 40 Reid Travis, PF
The junior had 22 points on Tuesday in DeLaSalle’s 54-33 loss to Blake. Travis scored 25 points in a 88-30 rout of Concordia Academy on Thursday.

No. 43 Kelly Oubre, SF
Oubre poured in a game-high 35 points on Tuesday as Bush held off Fort Bend Dulles 81-76.

No. 46 Isaiah Whitehead, SG
Whitehead finished with 14 points, eight rebounds and six assists in Lincoln’s 72-60 win over Thomas Jefferson in the PSAL Brooklyn Borough final on Saturday.

No. 51 Shaqquan Aaron, SF
Aaron led Rainier Beach with 15 points on Tuesday in a 62-43 win over Eastside Catholic. He was held to three points on Thursday but Beach knocked off Franklin 59-45. Shortly after committing to Louisville on Saturday evening, Aaron managed just five points in a 72-65 loss to Lakeside.

No. 60 Namon Wright, SG
Wright, a recent addition to the ESPN 60, scored 23 points in Pacific Hills’ 104-41 thrashing of Marshall on Friday night.

Class of 2015: ESPN 25

No. 5 Stephen Zimmerman, C
Zimmerman scored 17 points for Bishop Gorman in a 71-55 win over Palo Verde on Thursday. He went for a game-high 24 points and 17 rebounds on Friday night in an 80-78 win over Centennial.

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Skal Labissiere is the third-ranked center in the loaded sophomore class.
No. 8 Skal Labissiere, C
The sophomore finished with 13 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks in Evangelical Christian’s 83-52 rout of Bishop Byrne on Thursday.

No. 11 Charles Matthews, SG
Matthews poured in 18 points in St. Rita’s 79-57 win over Brother Rice on Tuesday night. He tallied 18 again on Friday in a 66-58 win over Seton.

No. 16 King McClure, SG
McClure scored 17 points on Tuesday in Triple A Academy’s 88-22 rout of Eagle Advantage.

No. 17 K.J. Lawson, SF
Hamilton fell to Whitehaven 72-66 on Wednesday despite a game-high 25 points from Lawson. He scored 10 on Friday in a 79-47 loss to Melrose.

No. 20 Malachi Richardson, SG
Richardson’s 16 points weren’t enough on Saturday in Roselle Catholic’s 64-63 loss to Union in the Union County Tournament.

No. 24 Isaiah Briscoe, SG
Briscoe’s 16 points helped St. Benedict’s hammer Eastern, 116-65 on Thursday.

No. 25 Aaron Holiday, SG
Holiday had 21 points for Campbell Hall on Friday night in a 50-48 win over Renaissance.

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Karl Towns has been putting

Karl Towns has been putting up video game numbers recently. 20, 19, and 15 rebounds in three games? Jesus

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Thanks to both of you

Both of you thank you, I have been on a recruiting craze this year. It seems like there's a lot of schools with great incoming classes.

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